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My Thoughts On Songs That Were Recently Released... Are They Still Good?

So, in the last one of these I did, I said I'd do it again, and I've decided every few weeks maybe a month I'll do these, and I'll tell you if some of the songs I've reviewed recently are still worth the hype that I gave them, any release from the past two weeks will not be included as I haven't had enough time for the feeling of it being a new song to wear off! But here we go, here's part two!

First up we have Benjamin Martin's song River Lonely, now I do still think this is a beautiful song, I still think it's lovely. It hasn't been a song I've reached for a lot, but that's because the past few weeks I've been on a pretty heavy music kick, I'm mainly listening to pop-punk and hardcore currently, however, I still think it's a lovely song, I still think it's good, but at the end of the day, it's a very mood dependent song for me. I would still recommend it though, and I still stand by what I said about it! When it came out, I did have it on repeat for days! 

Ollie Hayes, Ollie released Dealing With A Broken Heart a few weeks ago, and I thought it was amazing! I loved it, I thought it was a great song. I will admit that I may have reached for this song slightly more than River Lonely, but as I said, I've been getting back into the heavier side of my music taste. I would still recommend it, but for me, I just haven't wanted to listen to as much as I did when it first came out, it's all about how long I've known the song for I think, and the older it gets the less I gravitate towards it. 

The Headspace released Evergreen a few weeks ago, and I can say that I've got so much joy out of listening to this song. I've listened to it so many times and I think it's a phenomenal song, I love it, I would still recommend it. I think it's one of the best songs that's come out recently, and since the release of Evergreen, I've found myself reaching for The Headspace's discography a lot! I still think it's an incredible song. 

The Dangerous Summer released a song called Fuck Them All a few weeks ago, and I didn't think much of it back then. I still don't think the most about it, but it has grown on me, and I've actually found myself having it stuck in my head for a while, it's definetly grown on me. It's still not my favourite thing they've put out, but it's grown on me and I think it's pretty good! I'd recommend it more now, than I did back then! 

AVAERA released Grow Up and I was super excited about the post, I was really enthusiastic about it, and I'm still super passionate about it. It's my favourite song that they've put out, I think it's insanely good and I love Blair's vocals on the track still. I would hands down still recommend this song, I think it's insanely good, and I've reached for it so much! I love it, and if you haven't heard it already, then I suggest that you go and give it a listen because it's so good! 

So, that's all I'm going to talk about in this post, in a few weeks I'll do an update on the songs that have come out recently again, and I'll try to make this a monthly thing! 

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